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Detroit Lions - Green Bay Packers Thursday injury report: Da’Shawn Hand added to injury list

Da’Shawn Hand joins a long list of injured Detroit Lions.

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Detroit Lions cornerback Nevin Lawson was one of four players to miss practice on Thursday. He was listed on the Detroit Lions practice report as out with an illness after being a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Guard T.J. Lang and tight end Michael Roberts, who both missed practice on Wednesday, were absent once again with the same injury. LeGarrette Blount, who sat out Wednesday with an illness, returned as a limited participant on Thursday.

Linebacker Eli Harold missed the second straight practice due to a not injury related reason. It is unsure when he will return to action.

Defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand was downgraded from being a full participant on Wednesday to limited participation on Thursday as he picked up an ankle injury.

The Detroit Lions are currently a very banged up team with nine players currently listed with an injury—and three players missing practice due to an injury of some sort. Their opponent today, the Green Bay Packers, are a banged up team as well.

Green Bay’s top 3 receivers are all set to miss some time with injuries and quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still struggling with a knee injury he suffered in Week 1.

Lions Thursday injury report

LB Eli Harold (non-injury) - No practice
G T.J. Lang (concussion) - No practice
CB Nevin Lawson (illness) - No practice
TE Michael Roberts (knee) - No practice
DE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder) - Limited practice
RB LeGarrette Blount (illness) - Limited practice
DB Quandre Diggs (hand) - Limited practice
DL Da’Shawn Hand (ankle) - Limited practice
DB Tracy Walker (ankle) - Limited practice
S Tavon Wilson (back) - Limited practice

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